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Thread: pins share, a good practice?
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On Thu, 4 Jul 2002, Ruben Jönsson wrote:

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;-) the 8051 does this in hardware on each IO pin in certain ports. You
have to limit the current though, or you can glitch the power supply of
the CPU on high output capability chips like PICs. The 8051 does not have
this problem (sources only a few mA per output).


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